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This is your day... get a random text between 7am and 830 am to when the truck arrives at the depot which you then drive there and sort your packages and load them into your vehicle. Which there is no pay for. No set start times just when truck arrives so your day already starts off horrible. Then you drive aimlessly throughout delivering while intelcom and dispatch call you not communicating with eachother while your trying to drive and use your GPS.. go through all your data which they dont pay for. They dont pay for gas. I probably go through 50$ a day in fuel. Then they take a cut of your daily earnings as well. Then if you cant deliver your packages or one was undeliverable you have to go back to the depot and unload which is also un paid for. Only get laid for packages you actually deliver and soemtimes your driving 15 minutes one way to deliver 1 single package to then drive 20 minutes another way for another single package. Days around 10 to 12 hours every day 7 days a week. If you dont work every day or cant deliver them all or cant work 12 hours they basically want you gone. Place is a joke. Work for nothing. Amazon deliveries are literally slave labour. If you like being angry, stressed out then this job is for you.
The management is more concerned about saving cost rather than health and safety. Place is so busy offering favourism to their near and dear ones. The hardest part of the job is to complete each and every task without any training.
Manager is very disrespectful to drivers
Warehouse does not have a routine system such as time slots to enter
Lots of missorts created by the sorters (negligence)
Company is cheap (no benefits for drivers)
Company's vision is ridiculous and not realistic.
Intelcom first asks you to become a driver for someone else who will take 15% of your earnings, plus the company retains earnings for administration fees including a union (which you will never get access to) and warehouse fees. Then you will be required to purchase a white van and acquire all commercial licenses with the promise of having job security. However at any given point they will claim they have low freight and you will end up working 1-2 shifts a week with a few packages over an extensive area, so you will end up losing money by putting your own vehicle, paying for gas and time.
There is no Job culture in this company. Poor management. Their performance evaluation system is based solely on client's reviews, yet they will focus on the amount of "1-star reviews". Based on this metrics you will get packages/assign routes.
It deals with employees like slaves and they keep us wait to receive the parcels hours and hours at no charge ... work there will destroy you and is not entirely appropriate for payment ... on many days I worked for 12 continuous hours for $ 120 and had to pay the gas from my pocket ... I hate this company and for sure don't recommend it to anyone.
You work for a pimp (aka 'broker') that takes 15% of your wage off the top then have to pay admin fees so the $180/day they promise is a lie. Take $40-$80 in fuel off after a 10 to 15 hour day and you're making way less than minimum wage plus beating on your vehicle!
If that's not bad enough, the office manager is an angry jerk. Expect to be yelled at when you get to the warehouse.
Want to make $10/hour and then yelled at then this job is for you!
no good company to work with. driving is most fun part of work, poor management, good coworker, running all day from 8 am to 9 pm but don't get enough pay. you work under minimum wage, i will never recommender this company to someone
This company is decepitive and pays peanuts. Was forced to drive out of town in snowy conditions for a 10 hour day and after removing the cost of gas I was only paid $40.
You are not actually an employee of the company but a subcontractor so there is no benefits nor safety if you get sick. Management could not provide a clear answer when asked how much I was geting paid. "Pay stubs" are just a number of deliveries made on that day.
While I appreciated the opportunity and the experience, I could not stay as I was not making any money.